Title: Never Date A Siren
Author: Byrd Nash
Review by: Dani Hoots
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When Brigit ran away from her helicopter parents, all the dryad wanted was an uncomplicated college life.
A contemporary fae YA fantasy with twists and surprises.
But being a fae among humans isn’t easy. When she’s kicked out of her apartment by her Troll roommate, stealing a bedroom from a human appears to be a simple plan.
Unfortunately, he has problems of his own – a messy break-up with a Siren means without her help, he will die.
A quirky fae fantasy about true friendships and magical companions.
Meet a hopelessly dim coco mat and a sarcastic cat, who may be too busy taking a bath to save you.
This book was a great start to a series. I loved how Nash weaved in different fae folklore together. The interactions between the different types of fae was very clever and unique. I haven’t ready too many fae stories, but I found this to be quite original.
Poor poor human Logan got caught up in a Siren’s magic. The description of what it would be like to hear her call, be stuck in her clutches, and have to figure out a way around it was really cool. I can’t wait to read more about these characters.
Brigit was a really cool main character. She is very smart, follows the codes of the fae, but is able to do it in a way to get what she wanted. If you want an awesome female character, this is your book!
All in all, I definitely recommend!